Q010 makes a late morning appearance on the Mohawk sub, kicking up snow as it goes.
After losing the shot at Fonda and quickly moving up 10 miles to CP-198 at Lock 14 in Palatine Bridge I was finally successful in catching this Q621 with two CN EMD's for power. I first spotted th... (more)
On a brisk Saturday morning westbound autorack L279 with a EMD SD60 in YN3b paint and a EMD SD40-2 in YN2 paint hustle through Palatine Bridge, seeing a CSX EMD SD60 is not that common these days ... (more)
BNSF 9640 ex. BN unit leads the Eastbound K040 with BNSF 1020 and blown turbo, that's why it was smoking.
The Southern Pacific heritage unit rolls along the Mohawk River with Lock 14 in the background on a CSX East St Louis to Selkirk mixed freight.
A "big 6" leads the Q385 west through Palatine Bridge and is about to duck under NYS Route 10.
CSX engine 258 hustles a freight through the heart of the Mohawk Valley.
First train in sunlight on this sunday morning is eastbound manifest Q386 with a YN2 AC4400CW on point.
Running alittle late eastbound hotshot Q022 is making up time by speeding by us heading toward Worcester.
Just as the fog breaks apart, the sun is out, shinning bright on CSX train Q620 with a Canadian National ES44DC leading the way.
With Dark Clouds In The Back CSX K534 Pot Ash Train Heads Eastbound Through Palatine Bridge.
A Different Symbol K-Bomb Train, K068 With a CP And NS Lash Up Scream Around The Curve At Lock 14.
An eastbound CSX empty dirt train bound for Fort Edward, NY just passes CP-198 with two BNSF's on the Lock 14 curve.
Right Behind The Q620 With CP Power, CSX K418 With More Power From The Canadian Pacific Rounds The Curve In Palatine Bridge In The Morning Sun.
Last Year During Our Big Train Trip, A lot Of Canadian Pacific Power Was Seen, Like On This Q620 Coming Around The Curve In Palatine Bridge In The Morning Sun.